Doors at 7:00pm Show at 8:00
Tickets: $20 General Admission, $40 VIP
(priority seating and 1 drink ticket for the after-party)
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In honor of International Jazz Day, the National Jazz Museum in Harlem will illuminate the truly global roots of jazz with an international jam session led by Jonathan Batiste. Jonathan, the museum’s Artistic Director-At-Large, will engage with musicians from all over the world to demonstrate the universal language of jazz. Featuring artists from 6 different countries the session will bring together Punjabi dhol music from Red Baraat’s Sunny Jain, Malian kora and vocals from master griots Yacouba Sissoko and Awa Sangho, deep and thoughtful bass grooves from Japan’s Noriko Ueda, Brazilian, Caribbean and Celtic percussion and vibes by James Shipp, Bolivian folk and jazz vocals from Gian-Carla Tisera, and unique sax sounds from Holland’s Marc Mommaas!

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